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學生對 宾夕法尼亚大学 提供的 Management Fundamentals 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

People are the most valuable asset of any business, but they are also the most unpredictable, and the most difficult asset to manage. And although managing people well is critical to the health of any organization, most managers don't get the training they need to make good management decisions. Now, award-winning authors and renowned management Professors Mike Useem and Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School have designed this course to introduce you to the key elements of managing people. Based on their popular course at Wharton, this course will teach you how to motivate individual performance and design reward systems, how to design jobs and organize work for high performance, how to make good and timely management decisions, and how to design and change your organization’s architecture. By the end of this course, you'll have developed the skills you need to start motivating, organizing, and rewarding people in your organization so that you can thrive as a business and as a social organization....

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SG
2020年5月6日

The professors used real-life examples to prove their points, making the content very relatable. The quizzes were helpful and challenging, as well. Overall, a genuinely excellent course!

CE
2021年11月16日

I've taken a lot of management courses but this one felt uniquely beneficial. I took a lot of notes not because I needed them to pass the quizzes but because I wanted them for life.

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51 - Management Fundamentals 的 74 個評論(共 74 個)

創建者 Claudia l

2020年5月3日

great content

創建者 Khalid T

2021年6月25日

good course

創建者 Richard A

2020年11月18日

geat course

創建者 Deepak P A R

2019年1月3日

Excellent

創建者 Om D 2

2021年8月8日

nice

創建者 Hassan T A

2019年1月21日

good

創建者 Angel L P

2018年11月27日

G

創建者 Angela A

2020年4月4日

This course was quite interesting because of all the real-life examples. As a high-school student, I can implement some of the things I learnt from this course in group assignments. Generally, this course will really help you out with managing people. The professors were also very clear and I found the powerpoints very helpful.

創建者 Muhammad J

2020年3月30日

I loved this course and enjoyed the learning experience. Also it would be better if related reading material was given (kind of suggested readings) . Thanks a lot everyone specially, Professor P Cappali & Professor M useem.

創建者 PATRICK E B

2020年4月11日

The principles in the course were great but I am hoping they could give out examples that are more simplistic, interesting and current. Otherwise, it was a great course and I learned a lot from it!

創建者 Christopher V

2021年3月22日

Excellent lectures, but the course leaves you yearning to have more reading material. There should be reading resource recommendations.

創建者 Nazarelys B A

2020年10月27日

This course allows students to have very clear theorical orientations about management, cases & how to apply what theory says about it.

創建者 Belkacem G

2020年7月16日

c'est un cours bien organisé et visé ,je vous remercie pour votre effort ,c'est un travail exeptionnel

創建者 matteo m

2021年9月26日

MY OBJECTIVE, BEEN 14 YO, WAS TO UNDERSTAND IF I LIKE THE TOPIC. I BELIEVE I HAVE REACHED IT.

創建者 Nicole P

2020年5月21日

It's a very nice course, but it's not about management in general, it's just about HR.

創建者 Olajide O

2020年6月3日

Really Short Course to Management with great content with real-world examples

創建者 Vaughan W

2019年7月14日

Good, solid course. A little dry and not the most comprehensive.

創建者 Elizabeth W K

2019年7月8日

Loved the course. it was worth the money and time

創建者 hiranmayee p

2020年1月24日

genuine course.

創建者 Zhang J

2020年7月8日

Good! love it.

創建者 Alberto M

2020年5月14日

Very useful

創建者 Marieu

2019年8月26日

Would suggest that the slides and the speech are related a 100% so yo can follow what they explain

創建者 Sandy M S

2019年9月15日

it needs to be more interesting

創建者 Sasha K

2020年5月20日

Some good content but the "lectures" are terribly communicated. There is no clear thought hierarchy and example "stories" go on for ages with an unequal return of learning points. Overall disappointing, especially considering the prestigious source.